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This journey we're on leads to removable things being shaken out. Only the unshakeable kingdom would remain (12:26–29). The promises of old were emerging as Jerusalem's demise came nearer. The ancient city being removed... more

We invite you to study Philippians 3:21, Romans 8 and 1 Peter on the resurrection body. Is this corporate or individual resurrection? Join us in the chat room, online or via live audio. Thanks for tuning in.

We're on a journey. It leads to a shake-out of removable things so that the unshakeable kingdom could remain (12:26–29). HW speaks of Men of old "seeing" the promises that were emerging as Jerusalem's demise drew near: an... more

Study of the Resurrection Body Is It Corporate or Individual? Phippians 3:21. Today, we develop more of the mystery of God as we examine Romans 8 and 1 Peter in the light of Philippians 3 and the body of the humiliation of us. For more... more

It takes faith to do God's will without wavering. And doing so, one inherits what was promised. But, what does that look like in the lives of the faithful? HW takes us on a journey. Men of old pushed toward the same promises that were... more

Join us tonight for another intriguing study of the resurrection of the corporate body taught in Philippians 3, Romans 8 and 1 Peter. Through examination of the context, the temporal indicators and the use of reason and historical... more

Following his exhortation to not abandon the gathering, HW pointed out that Jesus was the only sacrifice God had that could put an end to empty, fruitless sacrifices. There was no future sacrifice to look forward to ("there remains no more sacrifice... more

Join us for another discussion of the body of Philippians 3:21. We will be expanding on the text by viewing it along with other texts such as Romans and others.

Two "systems" come into stark contrast as HW wraps up his appeal. There is the "Old," with its endless array of priests offering their endless parade of useless sacrifices, on the one hand. Then, on the other hand, there is the one-and-done... more